Abu Hamza denies US terror charge

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Radical Islamist cleric Abu Hamza has pleaded not guilty to terror charges in a New York court.

He told a judge that he denied charges that he conspired with US nationals to set up a terrorist training camp in the state of Oregon.

District Judge Katherine Forrest set a date of 26 August 2013 for Abu Hamza's trial, in which he will also face charges of abducting tourists in Yemen.

The BBC's Barbara Plett described the scene in court.

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